Probability Theory and Spin Glasses

@inproceedings{TalagrandProbabilityTA,
  title={Probability Theory and Spin Glasses},
  author={Michel Talagrand}
}
Physicists have proposed a wealth of new ideas concerning the collective behavior of large families of random variables, in which they have discovered the emergence of new types of order. The quest for mathematically rigorous proofs of their conjectures is likely to challenge and stimulate probabilists for years to come. 

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